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Google was taken under the Alphabet parent company umbrella back in August, and now it looks like the organization is set to register a new domain name.
Briefly Tuesday morning the domain Google.com was available for purchase. The buyer, an ex-Google employee, paid $12 for the popular domain and had complete control, before it was revoked by Google.
As part of the restructuring plan of Google, the new firm has encountered an issue about acquiring Alphabet.com. The domain is currently owned by car maker BMW, and it has no plans to sell it.
A domain name being sold at auction in London later this year is expected to sell for around $35 million, which would make it one of the most expensive domain names ever to be purchased.
Google is looking to expand business services by providing a domain registration service to rival the likes of GoDaddy. The company hopes to target the 55% of businesses who have no online presence.
A new report claims that the US government has the right to seize any .com domain name, even those hosted and owned by overseas companies, due to the domains being managed by the US-based VeriSign.
The DNS Company who provided the controversial Wikileaks with its domain name have decided to cut off their affiliation, effectively leaving Wikileaks with no domain name. The news comes as last week Wikileaks published 250,000 confidential...
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The Soviet Union may be in the dustbin of history, but sixteen years after the superpower's collapse, Web sites ending in the Soviet ".su" domain name have been rising. Registrations increased 45% this year alone...